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  1. Jul 25

    Policy update – What can we expect from Theresa May’s government?

    Since Theresa May entered Downing Street, we’ve had a Cabinet reshuffle and Whitehall restructure. This blog...

    Policy, Public sector cuts, Social action
  2. Jul 21

    Let’s make Locality’s Trustees Network a national movement

    "The one thing you need more than anything else to be a trustee is passion, passion to make a difference". Are you a board member at a Locality member organsiation? You can join our Trustees Network

    Social action, Trustees Event
  3. Jul 20

    Community solutions to tackling poverty

    This month saw the launch of a CRESR and JRF report, written in part by Locality, into...

  4. Apr 1

    Urban Forum’s legacy: we need a fresh debate leading to rejuvenated efforts

    Former co-Chair of Urban Forum John P Houghton blogs for Locality about what we can learn from...

    Social action, Sustainability
  5. Jan 13

    Paddy Bogside 1926-2016

    Steve Wyler, previously CEO of Locality and the Development Trust Association (DTA), pays tribute to Paddy...

  6. Dec 18

    Spotlight on: disability

    I spoke to Locality members Equal Lives, who work with people who have disabling barriers, from mental health, to severe physical disabilities, and I came away angry at the two tier society the government is forcing on us

  7. Jul 24

    The history behind the community centre

    This week we've been celebrating Community Centre Week - here's our short history of how community centres as we know them today first developed

    Social action
  8. Jul 17

    Community Centre Week starts tomorrow!

    19 to 25 July is a week of celebration of the inspiring, responsive, amazing community centres around the country

    Social action
  9. Jun 26

    David Pennock – an appreciation

    David Pennock, who died on 13 February 2015, aged 83, made a considerable contribution to BASSAC,...

    Social action
  10. Mar 21

    How community enterprise is bringing Lisbon’s economy back from disaster

    Derelict buildings are becoming neighbourhood cafes and people from favelas are running IT classes - community enterprise is bringing hope and econimc green shoots to Lisbon